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David Cecelski talks about Abraham Galloway, a former slave from Smithville who rose out of bondage to become one of the most significant black leaders in Civil War America. Cecelski was the keynote speaker for the Phoenix Historical Society's Black History program Saturday. For the first time ever, the names of 36 African American soldiers from Edgecombe County who fought in the Civil War were made public.

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